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A Decade of Achievements - APFNet 10 Year Anniversary

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Language: English
Publication Date: 01/2018
ISBN: 9787503894848
Table of Contents
Part I The stages of APFNet's development
1.1 Establishment (2007-2008)
1.2 Early development (2009-2014)
1.3 Growth (2015-Present)

Part II Major achievements
2.1 Capacity building
2.2 Demonstration projects
2.3 Policy dialogue
2.4 Information sharing
2.5 Financial arrangement

Part III Milestones

 
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The Asia-Pacific Network for Sustainable Forest Management and Rehabilitation (APFNet) is a regional organization dedicated to advancing sustainable forest management and rehabilitation in the Asia-Pacific region. The proposal to establish APFNet was made by China and co-sponsored by Australia and the United States, and was adopted by Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders at the 15th APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting in 2007.
APFNet was formally launched in September 2008. In accordance with its core values of having respect for differences and being action-oriented, APFNet is committed to assisting Asia-Pacific economies by promoting and improving sustainable forest management and rehabilitation through four key pillars: i) capacity building; ii) demonstration projects; iii) regional policy dialogues; and iv) communication and information sharing. Since its establishment , activities have been implemented in line with the developing needs of member economies and forestry development trends of the region. The Forestry Planning Network (FPN), Trainers in Forestry Network (TIF), and Asia-Pacific Forestry Education Coordination Mechanism (AP-FECM) have also laid a solid foundation for APFNet to become a strong leader in sustainable forest management in the region. APFNet now has 31 members, including 26 member economies in the Asia-Pacific region and 5 international organizations. APFNet will continue to serve its members, align itself with regional forestry development and focus on objectives and areas as set out in the APFNet Operational Framework and Strategic Plan 2016-2020, with the aim to help build multi-functional forestry, improve forest ecosystem quality to mitigate and adapt to climate change, and contribute to the achievement of global goals and targets, including the APEC 2020 Forest Cover Goal, 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the United Nations Forest Strategic Plan 2017-2030.
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